Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Girlish Ways

Amy Misurelli Sorenson(08) and Lauren Rice(08) are among the young female artists featured in Girlish Ways: The Next Generation of Female Artists, curated by Rachel Fick and Marissa Botelho.

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 28, 7-10
Open on Saturdays and Sundays, June 28-July 6, and by appointment

Bobby Fisher Memorial Building
1644 N Capitol Street NW
Washington, DC

Artists include: Satomi Shirai, Amy Misurelli Sorenson, Amber Hawk Swanson, Pierrette Montone, Lauren Bender, Sara Hubbs, Trish Tillman, Meg Onli, Pamela Norrish, Zoe Blackwell, Lauren Rice, Roxxanne Reed

Amber Hawk Swanson, To Have, Cake Cut, 2007

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Meat After Meat Joy

Jenny Walton ('07) is exhibiting work as part of Meat After Meat Joy at Pierre Menard Gallery in Cambridge, MA. This show is curated by Heide Hatry and investigates the paradoxical relationship meat has to the body.

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 21, 6-9
Show Runs: June 21-July 20

Jenny is a DC resident and a member of Sparkplug, and artist's collective sponsored by DCAC gallery.

Once Again, Again: Rhythm and Repetition

Cory Oberndorfer ('08) is one of the artists included in Once Again, Again: Rhythm and Repitition, a show juried by Annie Gawlak, director of G Fine Art, at McLean Project for the Arts in McLean, VA.

Opening Reception: June 19, 7-9
Show Runs: June 19-July 26.

Cory is a Washington DC resident. His painting in McLean plays with the design of his large mural still on view at the Katzen Arts Center

New American Talent: 23

Geoffrey Aldridge('08) is one of the talented artists curated by Nato Thompson into Arthouse's annual exhibition in Austin, TX.

New American Talent: The 23rd Exhibition
On view June 14-August 17, 2008

Geoffrey is currently a resident of Washington, DC and represented by Conner Contemporary Art/*gogo art projects